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Nov 17, 2013 6:30pm PST
still pitching in to help. don? >> that's right, anne. the effort around the bay area continues to gather supplies for the philippines. we're in san jose. in the north side community center, this effort was supposed to stop at 6:30. the goods keep coming. >>> the gathering of volunteers may be one of the high powered bay area events to generate aid. u.s., with a box of clean shirts. cindy chafes and david court easy were on hand. jaime ascar. >> i know we've had a lot of drives this week and last week. this is the small part of adding one more drop-off donations for folks who are ready, willing and looking for ways to help. >> our efforts, trying to help organize the community for the big tragic event that happened to our our communities home country. >> most of the first shipments of food, medical supplies have been stuck at airports, getting to where it needs to be has been a challenge. it left debris in bad shape. >> first problem medical volunteers have faced. left san francisco international. >> finding a way to the area. >> emergency room doctor, doctor reyes. >> and so to be
Al Jazeera America
Nov 13, 2013 3:30am EST
sales, cut back on their hiring and capital spending plans. don is one of those business owners who is worried right now. he runs two motorsports dealerships and a retail store at the local mall. between the three he employees 30 workers. he joins me were one of his dealerships in indiana, don, good to see you, thank you for being with us. >> you bet, thank you for having me. >> the issue of an increase of minimum age would only effect you at your retail store at the mall where you pay the minimum wage plus a commission for some workers? >> yes, as a matter of fact, we pay above minimum wage. but we also pay on top of the hourly wage we pay a commission or an incentive for sales. and that is a pretty healthy number in a lot of cases. so if in this matter wage from raised then we would have to look at that commission structure because maybe that would drive our wage costs beyond what would be acceptable and still be profitable. it could be --raising the minimum wage in our case in a lot of retail establishments could be counterproductive. over all teammates may not earn any more money t
Nov 2, 2013 11:00pm PDT
of negotiations, and two strikes, bart's biggest unions have approved their contracts. kpix don k knapp. >> reporter: there is lingering anger offer a strike that tied up the bay area. >> was a difficult situation for a couple of day you and a lot of people were pretty heavily inconvenienced, but collective bargaining is a really important thing. >> reporter: work and safety talk got renewed attention after two workers were killed on tracks. deaths may have helped to end the strike. >> it's most unfortunate, but yes, there was a lot the light shed on the real safety issues going on with bart. >> reporter: she says 88% of seiu's 1400 members approved the contract and says work safety is a big reason. >> our people are the people that step on the tracks and they do this idaho to make sure those tracks are clear for the trains as they pass through. they are also the workers that have to deal with thousand volts everyday. >> reporter: bart management says work rule changes played a rule. >> when management tries to manage and the old contract we were only able do with the union's appr
Nov 26, 2013 6:00am PST
thorough. thank you for your presentation. okay. we have don james from parks and recreation. so don is going to discuss so parks and recreation priority projects. >> supervisors, capital director for the san francisco parks and recreation. i have a brief presentation today on the eastern plan for the open space. some of this was covered earlier by the city planning presentation. i think there is one fundamental commitment made as part of eastern neighborhoods. we would create four new open spaces and we are very well poised to follow through on that commitment. as noted in the earlier presentation 17 and folsom is a good example of the collaboration that's gone on between the planning and the parks and recreation and the community , we are able to use those impact fees to secure that site and complete a design. that project is on hold now to make time for the puc to create storm water catch basin underneath the park. once that is complete, we should be able to move forward. i think that spirit of collaboration is what we want to continue to repeat and all the other projects that we
Nov 27, 2013 5:00pm PST
morning >> thank you, don for that interrogation. i'm glad to be here for the attained development center and the kelly cowen community center. it's great to be here. i was talking our deputy secretary marie this building was one of the first when we went to the transformation of that first used our are a funds it was such an enlightening powerful effort going on in the attained to use the program that president obama brought and gives an opportunity to do. i'm here to welcome you to san francisco thank you for being here for the home matters symposium. its as don said earlier the right place inform to be because t n d c has been a powerful source i want them to continue to championship the relationship i relationship between home and health. and no other center can do that because you have this wonderful kelly cowen home center right here distancing for the uncommonly. today's symposium continues to be part of a commitment that our city is making. i wanted to let you know what we're doing to continue the promise of housing for everybody. last week, we opened up the mary helen roge
Nov 7, 2013 11:00am PST
more than three decades now, don horton' life has been mostly football. >> vision one, vision two. three. also a high school coach, all very rewarding experiences. >> in 2006, don became one of the 60,000 americans diagnosed every year with parkinson's disease. perhaps the worst day came in 2009. that's when don found himself unable to button his own shirt. russell wilson, who is now a quarterback with the seattle seahawks helped don with his buttons, so their team could get back on the road. >> it's a humbling experience to be helped. you can see it there, you've done it before, and seemed so easy for everybody else to do. >> there were so many challenges he was going throughout that i couldn't help with, but this was one change i thought i could do. >> calling on her own experience as a children's clothing designer, don's wife mara got to work, creating a line of magnetic clothing, free of buttons and zippers, that would help her husband and others regain their independence. >> so it's as simple as lining it up. >> as it grew, the e-mails she got were incredible. helping so many
Nov 29, 2013 4:30am PST
football this weekend are checking out shiny new cars. >> so is don knapp with a tour of san francisco's auto show. >> reporter: forget about the turkey. this is the thanksgiving feast for car buffs. hundreds of new ones from 38 manufacturers'. you can climb right inside without a salesman getting in with you. >> is this how you check out a car? one stop window shopping. >> you have the hybrids, suvs. the exotic cars are the eye candy. >> none much sweeter than this lamborghini. >> $400,000 for this one. they make a roadster version that goes from 450 to $500,000. >> this one is on sale for about half that. >> they won't let us drive this lamborghini here but we can tell you what it feels like. when you get into it it feels like it fits you like a glove. a $200,000 glove. >> these folks try out a jaguar convertible. and mary and ted ploff got behind the we'll of a mercedes 250. >> i'm looking at new and exciting stuff. i want to look at the tesla, the mazerati. >> i'm leaning on dreaming. >> bob hornung and wife liz were curious about the feel of a $100,000 maserati. >> we're a chevy fam
Nov 18, 2013 7:00am PST
tambiÉn don pedro rivera. estÁn en un local que se llama vaca. y birmania nos dice la direcciÓn. >>> muchachos! buenos dÍas. aquÍ con mucha alegria, y nada de frÍo, estamos en vaca launch, y tenemos un tremendo fieston, la mÚsica de nuestro dj bacan bacan. y lo mejor que tenemos esta maÑana son estos invitados de lujo, vamos a presentarlos primero, miss universo 2013, gabrie gabriela, que bella. que bueno tenerte aquÍ. >>> gracias por la invitaciÓn, contenta de estar disfrutando esta maÑana tan movida. >>> te acostumbraste ya a la vida neuyorquina? >>> pensÉ que iba a venir solamente de visita, pero un aÑo vivire. >>> cÓmo asimilaste esto? >>> creo que este fin de semana que estuve sola fue que lo asimile, y estoy contenta, feliz, una latina representando miss universo. >>> y nosotros estamos sumamente orgullosos, pero tenemos a alguien que se siente no solamente orgulloso como latino sino como venezolano, raÚl gonzÁlez, se que le quieres hablar. >>> raÚl, cÓmo estÁs? >>> gabriela, un beso y abrazo de mi parte, en nombre de todos los compatriotas que vivimos aqu
Comedy Central
Nov 19, 2013 1:30am PST
what? you know what? i think cnn's the don lemon put obama's public implosion into the proper perspective. >> you won't find two politicians who've had worse weeks than president obama and toronto mayor rob ford. they've had a pretty bad week. (audience reacts) president obama saying sorry over and over for his so-called signature achievement, obamacare, rob ford admitting to be a crack smoker. (audience reacts). >> stephen: yes, obama is in the same tight spot as toronto's crack-smoking mayor. i mean, the parallels are everywhere, folks. both had press conferences-- and that's it. (laughter) but, folks, comparing the first black president to the first blackout mayor isn't unfair. it's not unfair at all because lemon made sure to ask several times whether it was unfair or not. >> is it fair, though, to compare the two crises? >> no, it's not fair to compare them at all. they're totally different. >> i'll ask you the same question. is it fair to compare the two crises? because it's about damage control not whether the two crises are equivalent. >> exactly and i think it's fair
Nov 3, 2013 6:00pm PST
york area and the bombings at the boston race this april. don dahler reports. >> reporter: for all but the very best, running a marathon is more a test of will than athletic ability. 26.2 miles equals 138,435 feet. a marathonner feels every single one. it's a solitary sport. except on days like this with crowds like these. when old rivalries fade before a purpose to keep moving on. the new york marathon wasn't run last year. superstorm sandy saw to that. then the boston marathon bombings happened adding a new sense of threat and heightened security to this year's race. but the faicco family who we met along the route didn't mind that. they were here for their son and brother sean. >> is there any special about this given everything that this country and this area has been through this past year. >> it has been. i'm here to see my brother run and he ran in boston this year. so we were there and it was tough to live through those couple of days. >> reporter: the faiccoes are from staten island, a place decimated by the storm. >> that's what we do in new york after something so difficult
Nov 27, 2013 5:00pm PST
big crowds to lake merritt in oakland. don ford shows us the city is in no rush to cut it up and haul it away. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: it's a party atmosphere here at oakland's latest attraction. this giant eucalyptus tree that was blown down near lake merritt during last week's windstorm. folks are coming from all over the bay area to see it, smell it and climb it. >> we came out from union city on bart today. i took the day off and i was hoping we could come and see this magnificent fallen tree. >> reporter: dozens of kids and adults too are all climbing over the massive trunk. the stump is nearly 30 feet across. this photo taken from a nearby rooftop shows how big this monster really is. >> wow. it's like a whale on april beach. >> reporter: his brother gregory admired this tree so much he made this video three weeks ago when it was still standing. >> this is one of my favorite eucalyptus trees. >> i grew up here in oakland all my life. and to see this tree come down, it's really -- you know, it's like a friend. i lost a friend when this tree came down. >> reporter: the jack russ
Nov 22, 2013 5:00am PST
. thank you for your presentation. okay. we have don james from parks and recreation. so don is going to discuss so parks and recreation priority projects. >> supervisors, capital director for the san francisco parks and recreation. i have a brief presentation today on the eastern plan for the open space. some of this was covered earlier by the city planning presentation. i think there is one fundamental commitment made as part of eastern neighborhoods. we would create four new open spaces and we are very well poised to follow through on that commitment. as
Nov 10, 2013 6:30pm PST
doing what they can to send aid back to their home country. kpix5's don knapp learns it could be awhile before it gets to its final destination. [singing] >> reporter: the pastor on guitar. leads his congregation in song and prayer for victims of the typhoon. >> we also send our prayers to the troops deployed. >> reporter: filipinos in the bay area continually provide shipments of the necessities to their extended families. they rallied so quickly. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: help comes not just from church folks and not just from filipinos. >> collect contributions and support and donations, nonperishable items and survival items for their families and families. >> the donations were piling up at the motorcars, project pearls works year around to support the poorest of the poor in communities. >> do you have family in the philippines? >> i do. >> you have heard from them? >> i have not. we are trying to get in contact with them right now. >> i have my 11-year-old son with me today. teaching him the importance of when somebody needs help we help them. they need help. >> rep
Nov 2, 2013 6:30pm PDT
negotiating and two strikes, bart's largest union has approved a contract. kpix 5's don knapp is at the daly city bart station with details. >> reporter: to hear bart and the unions talk about it it was never just about wages it was always about work rules and safety rules. if that's the case, then they both got some of what they wanted. bart riders were mostly just glad the strike is over and the contracts have been ratified. but there's lingering anger over workers strike that tied up the bay area. >> it was a very difficult situation for a couple of days and a lot of people were pretty heavily inconvenienced, but collective bargaining is important. >> reporter: work and safety rules that nearly torpedoed the talks got renewed attention after two workers were killed, struck by a train on the bart tracks. the deaths may have helped end the strike. >> it's most unfortunate but, yes, there was a lot of light shed on the real safety issues that are going on with bart. >> reporter: she says 88% of seiu's 1400 members approved the contract and says work safety was a big reason. >> our p
Nov 4, 2013 8:30am PST
manual. and, in fact, i can help others understand the maudlin. i've worked with don our city attorney and assessor and now chu and their staffs. kwoild i was what a supervisor last night and will be happy to respond to any questions >> any questions. thank you very much >> how many years have you served. 2, 3 year terms >> and till when you serve on that that i have a few more questions. that's fine >> so maybe you can illustrate or walk me through some of the accomplishments you were able to make in the last 6 years. >> i retired in 07 at the height of the real estate market and, of course, my initial term and part of my second term was seeing the decline in the real estate market. i've had the opportunity to see every type of declining in property. i think in my background i understand the commercial properties downtown whether they be over or there $50 million. and bill willing to bear with my colleagues the statement board office and most importantly the assessment representatives with whom we've had meetings on how to develop more consistency in they're reporting to the board whi
Nov 28, 2013 2:00pm PST
neighborhood. at this time i want don to join me as we honor you in the cultural center in san francisco. (clapping) i want to have all the board members come up, please. >> thank you, very much and i'm honored. the board and the people have been working on the cultural center are thrilled to be at this point. in 2003 there was a town hall meeting at december i didn't carmichael we talked about how to improve the community south of market and one of the points that came out of the discussion was to institute listed the contribution of the filipino community in san francisco and the bay area. and so 10 years ago we are started out at the it was supposed to be on top of bloomingdales. that didn't happen and we had another opportunity to be right next to the metro ran that also didn't happen. for various reasons. we're not at 8 fourteen mission kit corner from the metro iron right between denny's and sam's liquor store. yeah, that's how we felt when they gave it to us. (laughter) >> but one of the strengths we have is to do a lot with a little. you can see the rendering observe architect ha
Nov 3, 2013 2:00am PST
september 5th to the assessment appeals court number 3. >> i believe don is here. >> i want her to come up and - is she not here? she needs two minutes to come here? so i would like for the general public to understand the fine details of what's between the 3 appeal boards. so if the public don't mind i'd like to religious for one minute until sh until she recess. so you guess recess is over. we're going to continue the meeting so mr. ram would you like to approach the microphone and give a brief summary of the differences >> thank you supervisors. yes dawn duran the applicant for the pelosi board we have 3 different jurisdictions board one has no jurisdiction it can hear any case but primarily they're focused in the downtown financial district. their jurisdiction they have to hear everything over $50 million and all appeals on possessy interest. board two is limited they can't hear anything over $50 million. they hear appeals within the blocks outside of the financial district. they basically have appeals for blocks 877 to 3 seven hundred and anything above that goes to board 3. the bo
Nov 11, 2013 4:30am PST
back to their home country. don knapp learned it could be awhile before it gets there. >> reporter: pastor bob on guitar leads his creation in song and prayer for victims of typhoon hayan. >> we also lift up the troops deployed in the philippines. >> reporter: pill pee knows in the bay area killly provide shipments of necessities to families in the philippines. now the need is beyond comprehension. >> the surrounding churches that have members from san francisco, around peninsula that have rallied so quickly. >> reporter: help comes not just from church folks and not just from fill pee knows. >> collect contributions and support, donations, nonperishable items for the victims, families. >> reporter: here in san brew know, the donations are piling up in elcamino. project pearl works year round to support the poor. >> trying to get in contact with them. kind of hard. >> son with me today. trying to teach him the importance to be helpful. definitely they need help. >> reporter: catherine herbert's son enjoys learning the lesson. >> at first i was a sign holder. now i'm helping bring o
Nov 11, 2013 5:00pm EST
lo lindo. >>> erick del castillo asegura que su hija kate se siente muy sola, don erick recibiÓ homenaje por parte de los crÍticos y empresarios y apasionados de bellas artes en mÉxico por sus 59 aÑos de carrera artÍstica y revelÓ qkate se siente sola y necesita un romance en su vida, escuchemos. >>> creo que no ha sido afortunada, son otros tiempos, ya los muchachos los hombres estÁn difÍciles por culpa de las mujeres. en serio, hay un desnivel ahora de entendimiento entre los dos sexo debido a la emancipaciÓn de la mujer, el hombre no sabe como comportar comportarsean ante una mujer q tiene Éxito, gana dinero. >>> lo felicitamos don erick. >>> esta noche el gran estreno de la reina del sur en telemundo a peticiÓn popular, la novela que todo el publico pidiÓ que se volviera a pasar en los horarios en la cadena telemundo en un nuevo horario que ven en pantalla, a las nueve ocho centro. >>> persona? pbw se sentÓ conmigo. sonando fuerte durante varios dÍas, escuchÉmosmos lo que comÓ ella. >>> eres una estrella de telemundo mariza. >>> que hablara de la noticia. >>>
Nov 8, 2013 12:00am PST
wanted to be there, too. was dying for them to write the next season. i saw don cheadle. don, you've got to bring tamara back. said, if i bring her back, i will have to kill her. tavis: i was hoping you were going to come back for another season. i hope they call you. hey, call her. doesn't stop me from asking the question i want to ask. over these 15 years since you did the first "best man come ," has your career gone in the way that you thought it would go? has yours gone the way you wanted it to be 14 years ago when you headed this direction. >> no one has ever asked me that question and i don't think i have thought about it in those terms. my commitment has been to do the things that move me. to understand there are political challenges, to understand that there are things that are so far out of my control. but then i can still aspire to get to where i want to be regardless of if they choose me or not. it took a long time to get to the place where that is a reality. we have to wait to be picked. let me jump in because i am with you now. how do you, or how have you gone about gett
Nov 8, 2013 6:30pm EST
digas que se te olvidaron las llaves. >> que llaves ni que ocho cuartos, ese don chuy ya me tiene hasta la coronilla con eso de la renta. a propÓsito, necesitÓ la lana que te di a guardar ayer, Ándale damela. >> perdÓname, paulino, pero no la tengo. >> ¿cÓmo que no la tienes? >> es que creo que lo perdÍ, ya lo busquÉ por todas partes y no aparece. >> no te puedo creer que seas tan taruga, yolanda, ahora por tus estupideces voy a tener que ir a ponerle la carlota a ese don chuy, eres una. >> ey, bÁjale maestro ya, suÉltala, sueltala. >> ¿si no quÉ? >> conmigo no te metas si te parto el hocico. >> ¿tÚ y cuantos mÁs? y a propÓsito, la necesito ya con urgencia, me oÍste. ♪ >> nada mÁs porque es tu marido, jefa. >> ya, m'ijo, no te tardes en regresar el dinero ya ves cÓmo se puso. >> sÍ, no hay bronca. ♪ >> aquÍ tiene, joven, gracias. >> hola, yola, buenos dÍas. ¿y ahora quÉ tienes tÚ? >> nada, tere, es que como que dormÍ chueca y me anda doliendo la cadera. >> ay, hermana esa ni tu te la crees, fue el paulino, ¿verdad? >> ay, no digas tonterÍas, de verd
Nov 11, 2013 6:30pm PST
joven, dejÓ la escuela y empezÓ en el negocio de su tÍo ernesto fonseca apodado don ne to, era uno de los jefes del cartel de guadalajara. carrillo fuentes dio sus primeros pasos en el mundo criminal, llevandopequeÑos cargamentos de marihuana, ha que conociÓ a acosta. lee derl cartel de juÁrez. >>> don ne to envÍo a ca que rriy que estudiara el negocio del trafico en la frontera con pablo acosta. envÍo para que fuera estudiante de eso. el pupilo comen kwo a impresionar a sus maestros, parte de su trabajo era glaor controlar el trafico de drogas en un tramo de 200 millas en la frontera entre mÉxico y estados unidos. de acuerdo la dea la agencia anti drogas estadounidense. amado carrillo fuentes, supo que querÍa ascender aqui harÍa lo que fuera para lograrlo. y trazÓ en su mente las bases para construir un imperio criminal, que le quitÓ el sueÑo a muchos agentes en estados unidos, hizo millonarios a muchas autoridades corruptas en mÉxico. >>> les tendremos todos los detalles de la vida de amado carrillo fuentes en una ediciÓn especial de aquÍ y ahora el seÑor de los cielo
Nov 9, 2013 10:00pm PST
. go to >>> the banging of of drums protesting the killing of 13- year-old andy lopez. don knapp was there for what is billed as a national day of action. >> reporter: they perform a ritual for andy lopez kicking off an organizers call a national day of action for the 13-year-old who was shot and killed by a sonoma county deputy sheriff october 22. the action many here want is the arrest and murder conviction of 24 year sheriff's deputy aaron gilhouse for shooting andy when he failed to drop a pellet gun. many say the case is not an isolated one. >> they killed my son. >> reporter: liz adams is speaking about the death of her son. the family is about to open a wrongful death lawsuit. elizabeth talks about a police shooting of a mental patient a few years ago. >> it made me feel like if i need help, i'm not going to call the police. and i felt like they would come and make the situation worse. >> reporter: two-and-a-half weeks ago, a fireman was one of the first responders to the lopez shooting. >> there has been a real trend in the country ward the militarization of the pol
Nov 13, 2013 9:00pm PST
collaboration i had the pleasure to work with jennifer and ken barker in washington and don davis. as well as others from the construction site. and we also had an excellent contractor. that my most significant professional collaboration in the project was with two people don doug last from the fine arts program and cliff low. cliff lows sensitive were struur
Nov 6, 2013 4:00am PST
right now and see how it's don. >>> toronto mayor rob ford says he's not resigning despite admitting he smoked crack. >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors approximately a year ago. >> i think i saw him. it's there. it's there. oh, my gosh. >>> and a mother and father rejoice as their son has his 40-year sentence for murder overturned, but his legal fight is not yet over. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, november 6th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning the post-election day analysis is focusing on the two governor's races that highlighted the voting. governor chris christie led. in virginia the race was more ideological and a cliffhanger. long-time democratic fund-raiser terry mcauliffe was elected in a contest that focused health care and abortion. marlie hall begins our coverage >> reporter: it was a nailbiter in virginia where democrat terry mcauliffe narrowly beat ken cuccinelli. mcauliffe is the former head of the national committee who campaigned against cuccinelli's tea party vo
Nov 25, 2013 4:00am PST
last september by the gunman adam lanza, a former student. don dahler reports. >> reporter: in the 11 months since the newtown tragedy, connecticut state attorney has interviewed dozens of people and investigated everything from that day. one area of focus is police response, whether procedures were followed and if they were effective. >> 6-7 sandy hook school, caller is indicating she thinks someone is shooting in the building. >> reporter: this shows the the first 911 call came in before 9:36. the first officer arrived a minute and a half later. the tapes indicate officers were inside the school by 9:44. through interviews with officers and by examining tape recordings of the body microphones many were wearing, the report is expected to give a clear timeline of events. but not necessarily make recommendations. connecticut senator richard blumenthal. what do you expect this report to reveal that isn't already known? >> this report will be a very factual, straightforward recitation of facts that reveal the immensity and monstrosity of this tragedy again. and i hope create some additio
Nov 15, 2013 1:30am PST
trainers. a program for our graduates, all from don's film have come through the program. that's why i did it. i really believe the public defenders can walk through a room across systems and remind people of these ideals that gideon was all about that quite frankly everyone in the system has forgotten. [ applause ] >> so judge. tell us about what is some of the concrete stechs steps that we can take in terms of training lawyers? it's great that you are working with individual lawyers, but how do you create a movement? how do you reach the 15,000 public defenders. you have to also republican there remember there are contract attorneys where there are no public defenders office. >> i want to share one more story with you. a couple weeks ago a friend of mine forwarded a link. one of the public defenders leader who headed up a state system was testifying before a budget committee and the committee asked him, do you have enough resources to do your job? and his response was well, i'm in a district with 5 counties and i have, so there are 5 court houses and i have 5 lawyers and one investig
Nov 17, 2013 11:00pm PST
over my head so the bullet hit my arm and not my brain. so they probably thought i was dead. >> don harris the nbc reporter died on the spot. so did his camera man bob brown. >> don harris and doug brown were two of the most dedicated, hardest working and most conscientious and creative. there was such a level of creativity between those two guys it's devastating. >> and i are remember dough brown from here on ktvu. he and i worked together every day for months covering the riots in san francisco in the 60s. he was a good man and a good friend and we're all going to miss him. >> back at the compound jim jones knew he was finished. he told his followers to drink kool-aid mixed with cyanide. >>> the history of the people's temple. how it went from a dream of social justice and equality to a synonym for cult murder and suicide. >> the recordings that offer a grim insight into the final hours at jones town. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a her
Nov 27, 2013 1:00pm EST
peeking. they're on the right side of your screen. they can hear us but can't react. we have don peoples, chairman and ceo of peebls corp which includes the multibillion dollar development of luxury hotels with lots and lots of windows. and cnbc entertainment and media reporter julia boorstin who happens to be a homeowner who i believe hates window washing. okay. guys, let's huddle up on men in kilts. julia, what do you think? >> every homeowner at some point will need a window washer but it seems gimmicky. i think people care how their windows are cleaned and want them done well but don't care what the washers are wearing. >> what about you, don? >> i agree. i think this is a very applicable to the residential industry and the commercial industry there are a lot of companies that are doing that right now. on the flip side on the residential side nowhere knows where to go. >> in terms of prom they want to be the industry leader which i think is quite an ambitious plan. i'm keen to hear more about that. tressa and nick, you're in the hot seat. time to get grilled. >> tress sa, what percen
Nov 11, 2013 7:00am EST
cristina, el devocionario de don fernando, eso es lo que doÑa josefa puso en su testamento para ti, el devocionario de don fernando. ♪ entre el amor y el odio estÁ la lÍnea del perdÓn ♪. >> continuamos desayunando con las estrellas. >> ¿eso fue lo que dijo fuensanta? >> por desgracia sÍ, josÉ alfredo. >> ya se cansÓ de vivir con un invÁlido, siempre lo dije, yo terminarÍa siendo un estorbo para ella, se lo dije ¿ven como yo tenÍa razÓn? >> no, no, mi amor, tÚ estÁs muy equivocado, fuensanta no tiene la culpa de esta situaciÓn, sino tÚ, mi amor, tu que, que te has vuelto amargado, inseguro, ya no eres el mismo. >> no, claro que no soy el mismo, claro que no soy el mismo y si fuensanta se quiere divorciar, mira, por mÍ no hay problema, vamos hablar de otra cosa mejor. >> bien, dinos a que vino marcial. >> querÍa saber sobre unas grabadoras y unos cassettes de gabriel, me preguntÓ si yo los habÍa visto y le dije que no ¿ustedes han visto esas grabadoras o esos cassettes? (tocan la puerta). >> doÑa josefa! >> sÍ. >> ya estÁ aquÍ el licenciado. >> quÉ bueno
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